Category Archive for: education

Supreme Court Rules Maine Cannot Exclude Religious Schools from Tuition-Assistance Program

The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that it is unconstitutional for Maine to exclude religious schools from a program that provides tuition assistance for students to attend private schools. The Court, in a 6-3 ruling in Carson v. Makin, found that the program violates the free exercise clause of the First Amendment. The program requires…Read More

With Dobbs on Horizon, States Continue to Ramp up Pro-Life Legislation in 2022

Reports surfaced last week that Justice Samuel Alito’s draft majority opinion that was leaked overturning Roe v. Wade is still the only one circulated inside the Supreme Court, giving great hope to pro-life advocates around the country. The action by states to advance pro-life legislation only further shows the claim that “Roe is settled law”…Read More

Union parent sues district, alleging failure to protect daughter from bullying

The mother of a Union High School student is standing up for her daughter. She filed a lawsuit against the district, claiming Union Public Schools failed to protect her daughter from repeated bullying. “I don’t want any more attention on my daughter,” the mother told NewsChannel 8, asking to remain anonymous for her daughter’s safety.…Read More